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Discover your new favourite band with Dr. Bones and Mike Five on New Music Saturday. Every week NMS features brand new tracks by independent bands, occasional interviews, on the spot reviews, random music chat, and usually some poorly thought out phrasing. Hear the full show in all its unedited and raw right here every week shortly after the live broadcast! Don't miss the podcast recently described as “THE place for independent music” and "The dogs dangly bits of unsigned music shows". Subsc ...
 
I'm Sioux Peden. The name is a nickname from school days from my interest in the First nation - Native Americans. My father introduced me to country and blues at a very early age, so I began obsessing then. My first love is Americana but I like many genres. I love live music and also to hunt out new music and I hope to bring some of it to you. Join Sioux every second Saturday at 4pm on PlainsFM
 
Computer Music Live / Citrusonic is a weekly podcast dedicated to Live Computer Music Performances. This show features Live Underground Jungle, Techno, DNB, Hip Hop, Dubstep, Future, Noise, Synth, Trance, Pop, DJ, Mixing, Battle, Records, Music, Altering, AM, FM, Modulations, Radio, Computer, Harmonies. Thunderous Scratch-Tracks, Techno, Glitches, Old, Skool, Breaks, Ejects, iDose, Chaos and Bass. An hour long podcast of Fresh Original Electronic Dance Music. Menacing Cantus Firmus Basslines ...
 
Paul Phillips Soulful Grooves Solar Radio Show Supporting, Showcasing, Promoting New Music on Solar Radio playing Soulful House, Deep House, Jazzy House, Contemporary Soul, Neo Soul, Soul, R&B, Classic Soul, Funk, Jazz Fusion, 80s Boogie, Disco, Club and House Classics. Here you will find downloads for my Saturday show featuring new and classic soulful house. My Thursday show features new and classic soul. I also compiled Under The influence Vol 2 for Z Records.
 
Larvarius Oficial Podcast Larvarius mixing live the best of the global electronics music. Every Saturday 10pm UTC -3 Argentina through Sunset Station Radio. Oriented mainly to styles such as Tech House and Techno, although you can also hear something from House, Deep and Progressive. Close your eyes, fly with me, upload to the cloud. To see more of the Programs check my web bit.ly/larvarius
 
A mix of some of the finest music from legendary performers and personalities of the greatest generation, along with complete vintage broadcasts from the golden age of radio. Mix it together, and that's NOSTALGIA RADIO TIME, hosted by Greg Van Beek. Including the 'Bing Sings' feature each week! Heard each Sunday at 9 AM (ET) over New York's 920 WON: The Apple and each Saturday at 10 AM (ET) streaming over YUSA red on the Yesterday USA Super Station at http://www.yesterdayusa.com/ Join our Fa ...
 
The ultimate weekly music discovery podcast for serious music lovers. Join your hosts Richard and Tobin for a show bursting with the best of new music, rock, blues, indie, pop, alternative, classic rock and roll, cover songs, electronica, singer-songwriter, listener recommendations and much more. Give your ears a treat on your commute to and from work as we listen to and discuss songs from all genres of music, young and old, as we attempt to widen not only our own musical palate but also tha ...
 
“Dick Lee and 60's Garage Rock from California" is a weekly one hour show that features "California Nuggets: Fuzz, Mod Rock, and R & B Unknowns (1960 -1970) from California's central valley. Take a romp through the 60's with Dick Lee and hear the sounds from the San Joaquin Valley. The show can be heard every Saturday at 12:00 noon (PST) on KOOL 104.5 FM. Now - it can also be heard on Amsterdam International Radio, WYML 99.9 FM (Chicago area), M.A.D. FM - New Zealand, Replay Radio FM - U.K., ...
 
No Ideas Original Radio Show Broadcasts Live Every Saturday Night / Sunday Morning With DJ Enyoutee From Poughkeepsie, NY 12AM-3AM EST Direct From Vassar College's Independent Radio Station On 91.3 WVKR FM & Streaming Live @ www.wvkr.org - New & Exclusive Material Every Week. Doing things a little different then the rest. Get Familiar. ____________________________________ Submissions: nioradioshow@gmail.com
 
Pangaea is a radio music show that streams live every Saturday afternoon from 12-2pm on OWWR Old Westbury Web Radio -- The campus radio station for the State University of New York at Old Westbury. Pangaea is hosted by Chris Anthony who features music from around the world which includes; Soul, Jazz, Lounge, Dance, Electronica, Downbeat, Afrobeat, Cumbia, Broken Beat and Hip Hop. Pangaea also introduces new and upcoming singers, producers, writers and poets who integrate world music into the ...
 
In 2007, The Football Ramble was born out of Luke Moore, Pete Donaldson, Marcus Speller and Jim Campbell’s passion for the most popular sport in the world—as well as a shared inability to take themselves too seriously. Since then, the boys have come a very long way: from a best-selling book to sold out live shows. Now, with the return of football post-lockdown, the Football Ramble brings you daily episodes of equal parts insight and hilarity. All this and more, Monday through Saturday. Lend ...
 
DJRePete is obsessed with the way we discover music. Each week he kickstarts your Saturday with The Listening Booth with alternative, electronica, hip hop, rock, blues, jazz -- no genre is off limits! The mix is his craft, introducing listeners to the BreakThru bands of today paired with throwbacks you may have yet to discover. He loves how we are only a few clicks away from abounding international music talent. But from listening apps to genius algorithms, there's still a place for the hand ...
 
What’s on, what’s new and what’s worthwhile on the fine music scene in Melbourne. Local musicians and performances plus interviews and information. Hosted and produced by Tim Hannah & Madi Chwasta for 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne. Music in Melbourne broadcasts live on 3MBS, Saturday mornings 11am-12pm. 103.5 FM, 3MBS Digital and online at 3mbs.org.au. Theme music: Ensemble Liaison performing Bach, courtesy of the 3MBS recording library.
 
IbogaRecords's Upcoming Gigs Sunday 23 February, 2014 Ace Ventura @ Bardo Beach Club, Bombay, India Sunday 23 February, 2014 Perfect Stranger @ Outdoors, Guadalajara, Mexico Monday 24 February, 2014 Captain Hook @ Club, Tel-Aviv, Israel Friday 28 February, 2014 Ace Ventura @ Warehouse AJ23, Lisbon, Portugal Saturday 01 March, 2014 Perfect Stranger @ TBA, Natal, Brazil Saturday 01 March, 2014 Rocky @ Soulvision Festival, Altinópolis, Brazil Saturday 01 March, 2014 Captain Hook @ Hard Club Por ...
 
Live improvised musical accompaniment for Vinyasa Flow Yoga by multi-instrumentalist Nathan Zavalney. Thank you to all of you have listened to this podcast of music for yoga over the last 3 years. This episode is a track from my upcoming release "Vinyasa Volume 2". This will be the fianl offering I am creating in podcast format. The podcast episodes take quite a lot of time to produce, and I have decided to refocus that time on creating new music for yoga and meditation. You can find my musi ...
 
A section recorded of the first Sub:East night of 2015 in Zigfrid Von Underbelly. With 6 hours to rinse out new and favourite music to the attentive ears of the Saturday night Hoxton posse, it allows me plenty of headroom to waver in & out of different grooves and get Saturday night into full swing. It's become a firm favourite on my monthly calendar. Here's 3 hours worth… x
 
An aspiring DJ, exposed and versatile in the different sub-genres of house music; originally drawn to the Afro & Soulful sub-category within the House genre. Sir KG has made a name for himself by appealing to all crowds and growing a fan base of music lovers of all genres, alongside South Africa's current New Age house genre - Amapiano - whilst still maintaining his love for Afro/Soulful house. Sir KG has set an exceptional standard for his crowd and supporters through his musical journey wi ...
 
Music becomes more and more a cultural heritage. Some songs seem almost as important as national monuments. Because everybody knows them, everybody can sing along but nobody knows the story behind all those songs. For that reason we have done a lot of research, found interesting bits and pieces and most of all stories behind the 100 most important songs. And be sure that after you hear every single episode of this podcast, your listening experience will be so much more intense. For all the m ...
 
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Popular UK standup comedian and actor Bill Bailey's a bit of a renaissance man - with interests ranging from music to bird watching. After appearing on TV shows including QI, Black Books, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Spaced, his latest foray onto the screen is as a competitor in the wildly popular BBC dance contest Strictly Come Dancing No surprise…
 
Covid-19 death toll rises in French Polynesia; A New Zealand memorial service has been held for Former Cook islands prime minister and doctor, Joe Williams; New Pasifika MPs in NZ's ruling party hit parliament; Pacific countries in new trade deal to set up implementation unit; Tokelauan community in NZ works to keep language alive; Family at forefr…
 
How is New Zealand contributing to the urgent global quest for a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine? American vaccine expert Dr Fran Priddy recently joined The Malaghan Institute as Clinical Director of the Vaccine Alliance Aotearoa NZ (VAANZ). VAANZ is a multidisciplinary team of local and international collaborators specialising in vaccine resea…
 
It's exciting times for fans of iconic band Crowded House. There's a new single out and an album on the horizon (their first new music in a decade), and they've just announced a 10 date NZ tour in March 2021. The band's line-up features founding members Neil Finn and Nick Seymour along with producer and keyboardist Mitchell Froom, guitarist and sin…
 
Renowned polar photographer, director and cameraman Max Quinn covers a 50-year career spent working in the world's coldest places in his book A Life of Extremes. Quinn learned his trade as an NZBC cameraman then as a Director of Photography on homegrown TV dramas, before he joined TVNZ's Natural History Unit in Dunedin in 1987. Over the years he's …
 
From the TVNZ photocopier room to winning an Emmy last month - New Zealand born cinematographer Barry "Baz" Idoine has come a long way. His CV is extensive and impressive, including credits on Rogue One, American Sniper, The Master, There Will Be Blood, Erin Brockovich and even Waterworld. His Emmy was for his work on season one the mega hit Star W…
 
Unjoo Moon is the Australian director of I Am Woman, a biopic about the singer Helen Reddy. Reddy emerged as a feminist icon in the early Seventies when her song 'I Am Woman' became an anthem of the women's liberation movement. It also became a number one hit for Reddy and co-creator Ray Burton, selling over one million copies. Troubled by health p…
 
Author and constitutional scholar Kim Wehle is a professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law and a former assistant attorney. She was associate independent counsel in the Whitewater investigation into the Clintons' business affairs (where she worked alongside Supreme Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh). She is also the author of What You Need t…
 
Join Marcus, Luke and Andy for another jam-packed edition of The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! This weekend, we’ve got a shedload of games to look forward to. José Mourinho was his usual diplomatic self after Spurs’ surprise loss to Royal Antwerp, while Arsenal had a much easier time against plucky Dundalk. This weekend, they take on Man Unite…
 
There have been celebrations and commiserations today - with the initial results of the two referendums released. Preliminary results of the referendum on the End of Life Choice Act show 65-point-1-percent of voters in favour of the legislation and 33-point-8-percent opposed. However, the Cannabis Legislation and Control Bill is unlikely to become …
 
Former pilots, cafe workers and ex sales people are just some of those looking at a career in agriculture after Covid-19 disrupted their lives. Country Life spent a day with the budding beekeepers, tractor-drivers and dairy workers who have joined all-expenses-paid taster courses at the Taratahi Agricultural Training Centre near Masterton.…
 
Coming up on Te Waonui - the Waitangi Tribunal continues to hear from social workers, and former wards of the state about how to overhaul Oranga Tamariki -- new figures show a massive rise in the number of Māori enrolling to vote this election -- and those who have stolen tāonga from Parihaka sitting on their mantelpiece are being told to return th…
 
http://www.CBJCollector.com - We reviewed a lot of Halloween stuff from Tokyo Disneyland last year, but we didn't get to this mug that features a spooky version of Teddi Barra! Our host gives it a review and then delivers his patented 'Paw Ratings.' Be sure to check out the Country Bear Collector Show Facebook Page over at http://www.facebook.com/C…
 
An England Roses netball superfan reckons she'll be the lone voice cheering them on as they play the Silver Ferns tonight. Ally White is at Claudelands Arena in Hamilton waiting for centre pass at 7:30. The 32-year-old moved to Hamilton from the UK in January - and told sports reporter Bridget Tunnicliffe she's thrilled her home nation's playing in…
 
Lake Ōhau residents believe they've been unnecessarily delayed from moving back into the village due to demolition problems. Roughly half the properties in the village were destroyed or damaged when a fire ripped through earlier this month. The Waitaki District Council told residents yesterday if it's safe, some will be allowed to move back in to h…
 
New Zealanders have lost $23 million to scams in the last 18 months, with the majority of victims staying silent about being duped. On top of that, 70 percent of small business are also being conned out of hundreds of thousands of dollars with fake invoices. And it seems romance scams can break the heart as well as the bank. So how do you avoid the…
 
The government has announced all change-over crew for ships who fly into New Zealand will now be tested for Covid-19 - but there's no timeline for implementing it. At the moment crew can fly in and join their ship without having to be tested. Ports of Auckland has introduced its own rules because it says the government isn't doing enough - and says…
 
Dominance will continue or history will be made in rugby's Farah Palmer Cup final tomorrow. Canterbury and Waikato meet in Christchurch to decide the winner of this year's national provincial women's championship. Victory for Canterbury would mean a fourth straight title, while the visitors are chasing their maiden crown. Clay Wilson has more.…
 
The blame game over the staging of the America's Cup in Auckland early next year has stepped up another notch. The debate is over a decision to scrap the two courses which offer views of the racing from the shoreline. Auckland mayor Phil Goff says the teams need to sort it out, to give Aucklanders bang for their buck - but now the Italian syndicate…
 
Warning: The details in this report may distress some listeners. A man who threw his stepson against a sofa - causing injuries that later killed him - has been jailed for nearly six years. Phillip John Welsh assaulted 17-month-old Malcolm Bell in Auckland last June - angered the boy's mother was using him as a babysitter. Today, the boy's family de…
 
More than 10,000 companies have been audited to check they've met the rules of the wage subsidy programme. More than $14 billion has been paid in wage subsidies - with some of the larger recipients since reporting profits and paying dividends. That's raised questions about the eligibility requirements. Nita Blake-Persen reports.…
 
Preliminary referendum results show have voted in 65.2 percent in support of the End of Life Choice Bill and 33.8 percent have voted against. While in the cannabis referendum 53.1 voted against it while 46.1 voted in favour. The final results, including special votes, will be released next Friday. Justice Minister Andrew Little joins Lisa Owen with…
 
The results are nearly all in for the two referendums on voluntary euthanasia and cannabis. Provisional results have been released and it's a big tick for the End of Life Choice Act - giving people with a terminal illness, who meet the criteria, the option of lawfully requesting help to die. Sixty-five percent voted in support, with nearly 34 perce…
 
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